Ways we serve

At Woodland Park Presbyterian Church we believe we are called to serve, and to do Christ's work in this world. Here are some ways we serve:

Soup Kitchen

Woodland Park has been hosting a noontime meal every Monday for over 30 years. Volunteers collect and prepare food, and serve to about 40 people every week.

St. Charles Housing Ministry Team

The St. Charles Apartments are owned and operated by Plymouth Housing Group. PHG works to eliminate homelessness and address its causes by preserving, developing, and operating safe housing in Seattle. Once a month, the WPPC team serves a hot meal to residents of the St. Charles.

Groups we support

The Church Council of Greater Seattle is a regional non-denomination organization with many interfaith partners. WPPC is a member of the Church Council, and supports its mission to create a diverse community of churches and individuals who respond to the gospel of Jesus Christ by building relationships of unity while working collaboratively for the common good.

Faith Action Network is a state-wide interfaith organization with 125 faith member communities. FAN advocates for social justice, issues that concern the common good.

Fellowship of Reconciliation is a national organization with local and regional chapters. FOR seeks to replace war, racism, and economic injustice with nonviolence, equality, peace and justice. WPPC contributes to FOR and provides office and meeting space to the Seattle group.

Covenant Network of Presbyterians works to strengthen the church of Jesus Christ, and works toward the unity of the church, furthering the inclusion of LGBTQ persons, seeking understanding and reconciliation, and joining with others seeking a still more just and inclusive church.

Earth Ministry works to engage the faith community in environmental stewardship and advocacy.

Plymouth Housing Group. We are a financial supporter of this ecumenical housing group which owns and manages low-income apartment buildings in downtown Seattle. We also have a relationship with the residents of the St. Charles Apartments, preparing and sharing a meal there once a month.